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IKEA Charlotte Home Furnishings

Hours

Closed
Sun-Sat
10AM-9PM

Location

University City

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IKEA Charlotte: A Touch of Sweden

IKEA Charlotte, located in the University City area, draws more than 1.3 million visitors each year. IKEA Charlotte offers furniture, home furnishings, a restaurant and a Swedish food market. Whether it be an hour or a half day, this home furnishings warehouse offers a fun day out for the entire family or group tour.

Length of Experience: Time varies

Group Size: No restrictions

Availability: For group tours, email Brian.Gott1@IKEA.com to learn more.

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Ryan Sanchez

a week ago

The following statement does not apply to Ikea alone! But it would seem that you would be better off sitting at home and shopping digitally. Other than being able to touch the product you are interested in, or compare them the old-fashioned way. Your more then likely going to find yourself a little frustrated! Seemingly, stocked items that once seemed plentiful whiskey walking around. Well, it not ONLY is very much the case, it's almost as if they don't want you inside the building. I've found it to be the very exact same thing in virtually every retail store etc I've visited. Since the release of all human beings ft their mandatory isolation. Understand, I am all for taking caution and not creating opportunities to "possibly" spread viruses! But, at some point doesn't everyone long for some sort of normalcy. Me personally, I just want to find what I'm looking for so that I can make a hasty exit. Instead of wasting more of time...gas... patience...only to have to surf shop on my couch...

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Chelsea Daniel

6 months ago

I ADORE Ikea! It's everything I could have imagined and more. The show rooms are so well done. Plus some of the prices are unbeatable! It was definitely worth the 1hr and 45 min drive. I will definitely be back! I need more ideas for decorating my home.

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Jeanne Marie Tyte - Scott

11 months ago

They have furniture that I like and that I can't find anywhere else.

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G Wall

a month ago

Ikea is a great place to shop the only negative was we picked a floor sample ( not clearly labeled as such ) and when we got to the checkout we were told it could not be sold. We had to go all the way back to nearly the beginning and get a new one ourselves and return to the checkout out again. I understand that floor models are not to be sold but it should be clearly labeled or attached to display

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Christel Falls

a month ago

Had a good experience shopping & found some great deals, some things are more expensive than they should be. Lots of ideas and space saving items & so many things to see you need a few days to truly shop & see everything. Our experience was good except at checkout, our cashier wasn't friendly, rushed us, and didn't help us bag or load anything into our buggy, she just walked away without any help or saying anything to us?! She was the worst cashier I've probably ever had before! Other than that our experience was good.